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Arsenal news: Gunners’ ‘future’ claim made as Mikel Arteta challenge begins to bear fruit

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Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has called Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard the future of the club after the two were on the scoresheet in the 3-2 win over Watford on Sunday afternoon.

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Arsenal bolstered their top four Premier League hopes by beating Watford 3-2 on Sunday afternoon.

Manager Mikel Arteta played a major role in his side’s third goal which all but sealed the three points.

Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli were all on target for the Gunners, who now sit fourth in the Premier League table.

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Bukayo Saka was on the scoresheet as Arsenal beat Watford 3-2. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Areta’s helping hand

Mikel Arteta asks Arsenal to finish in the top four while proving his tactics from the dugout.

However, for the Gunner’s last goal, he played a hand in motion, quite literally.

Coming out of his technical area to collect the ball, Arteta quickly gave the ball to Buyako Sako.

The England international then launched a counter-attack which led to Gabriel Martinelli putting the ball in the back of the net.

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The Odegaard challenge works

One of the many roles of a manager is to motivate his players and get the most out of them.

Speaking ahead of the match, Arteta said summer signing Martin Odegaard needs to create and score more goals in the future.

“He has to play close to the opponent’s box, that’s for sure,” Arteta admitted ahead of Sunday’s game.

That’s exactly what the former Real Madrid playmaker did, opening the scoring as Arsenal won 3-2.

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Fabregas salutes the duo

Bukayo Saka has once again shown the Premier League and the world just how good he is without even stepping into his prime.

The England international’s goal was his team’s second of the afternoon and put Arsenal ahead again, as they won 3-2.

Saka has been a revelation this season after announcing himself to the footballing world last season.

And former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has called him and Martin Odegaard the club’s “present and future”.

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